Godrej & Boyce’s Green Revolution: Aiming for 50% Revenue from Sustainable Products by 2032

Godrej & Boyce, a prominent entity within the Godrej Group, recently announced its transformative sustainability targets for 2032. These targets are not only ambitious but also signify a major strategic shift in the company’s operations and product offerings. At the heart of this new roadmap is the goal to generate 50% of its revenues from ‘Good & Green’ products by 2032, marking a significant commitment to sustainable business practices and environmental stewardship.

Key Elements of Godrej & Boyce’s 2032 Sustainability Roadmap:

  1. Revenue Generation from Good & Green Products: The cornerstone of Godrej & Boyce’s new sustainability targets is the generation of half of its revenues from Good & Green products. These products are defined by their adherence to stringent environmental and social standards, reflecting the company’s dedication to sustainable and responsible business practices​​​​​​​​.
  2. Energy Productivity and Carbon Intensity Goals: In line with global sustainability efforts, the company has set a target of increasing its energy productivity by 60% and reducing carbon intensity by the same percentage. These goals are indicative of Godrej & Boyce’s commitment to reducing its environmental impact and contributing to the fight against climate change​​.
  3. Renewable Energy and Sustainable Infrastructure: The sustainability roadmap also includes a target of achieving a 40% share of renewable energy in its operations and ensuring that all of its buildings are net-zero in terms of energy consumption. These steps are aimed at reducing the company’s reliance on fossil fuels and promoting energy-efficient infrastructure​​.
  4. Green Procurement Practices: An integral part of the roadmap is the commitment to ensuring that 80% of domestic procurement is from green suppliers. This target highlights the company’s efforts to foster a sustainable supply chain and encourage environmentally responsible practices among its partners​​.
  5. Broader Environmental and Social Impact: The Good & Green products are developed with a focus on having a positive environmental and social impact. This approach is part of a broader vision to align profitability with conservation, thereby spearheading responsible choices and sustainable living​​​​.
  6. Long-Standing Commitment to Sustainability: Godrej & Boyce’s focus on sustainability is not new. The company has always been committed to sustainable and smarter energy use. For instance, it was the first company in India to introduce refrigerators free of CFC, HFC, and HCFC, and the first in the world to produce air conditioners with ‘Zero’ Ozone Depletion Potential and minimal Global Warming Potential​​.
  7. Sustainable Manufacturing and Operations: The company’s manufacturing activities are ‘Water Positive’ and nearly ‘Zero Waste to Landfill’, demonstrating its commitment to sustainable manufacturing processes. This is in line with their long-term vision for sustainability and responsible corporate citizenship​​.
  8. Historical Context and Brand Legacy: Founded in 1897, Godrej & Boyce has a long history of contributing to India’s journey of self-reliance through manufacturing. It has diversified into 14 businesses across various sectors, serving over 1.1 billion customers worldwide daily​​.


Godrej & Boyce’s ambitious 2032 sustainability roadmap is a testament to the company’s commitment to integrating sustainability into its core business strategy. By focusing on Good & Green products, the company aims to lead the way in corporate responsibility and environmental stewardship. This initiative is expected to not only benefit the environment and society but also position Godrej & Boyce as a pioneer in sustainable business practices in the global market.



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